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You love cats. You love your own cat, your neighbor’s cat, and community cats. You might even think it’s not possible for you to #LoveCatsMore. But when it comes to saving cats’ lives, there are ways everyone can #LoveCatsMore.

2 Months, 2 Pounds

2 Months, 2 Pounds: Time 2 Spay and Neuter

Kittens can be safely spayed or neutered at 2 months old or as soon as they weigh 2 pounds.

Every Kitty, Every City®

Every Kitty, Every City®  is a series of day-long networking conferences for cat advocates, officials, and animal professionals—and people who just want to learn more about cats. 

Feline Frenzy®

Alley Cat Allies' Feline Frenzy is carefully planned and tailored to each community to bring together key groups to help cats—and people, too.

Sign the Pledge Today!

Your signature could save a cat's life today. Join with 100,000 others before October 16th.

Keep Cats’ Claws on Their Paws

As a dedicated cat advocate, your opposition to the inhumane and unnecessary practice of declawing is critical to the well-being of all cats.

Leave Them Be®

The truth is, in nearly all cases, kittens outdoors don’t need to be “rescued.” In fact, removing kittens from their mothers and bringing them indoors can be detrimental to their wellbeing. If you see kittens alone, their mother is likely close by—and her instincts make her their best possible caregiver.

Microchips Save Lives

Microchips save lives by helping reunite lost or displaced cats with their human families indoors or community cats with their bonded feline families outdoors, also called colonies . With many animal shelters still killing countless cats, a microchip is a critical lifeline. Save a cats life with these three basic steps.

Plan to Scan®

Microchips can save lives by helping reunite lost pets with their family or community cats with their colony.

Wait Until 8®: Shelter & Community Partnership to Save Kittens’ Lives!

Everyone knows nothing is cuter than kittens! But you may not know that every year millions of kittens need help, and aren’t always able to get the care they need. That’s where the community and shelters come together, and Alley Cat Allies’ help